Jarrad serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Red Dot Storage. Prior to joining Red Dot, Jarrad was a portfolio manager for Citadel Global Equities. Prior to joining Citadel, Jarrad was an associate at the asset management firm Weiss Multi-Strategy Advisors, he also held several corporate finance roles at ConocoPhillips. Jarrad earned his MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, and his bachelor's degree in finance from New Mexico State University. He lives in Louisville, CO with his wife and three children.
Jordan oversees all Red Dot's finance functions, developing and implementing strategies to facilitate the financial success of the company. Prior to joining Red Dot, Jordan served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Sunnova Energy, a residential distributed solar generation company. Under his direction, Sunnova raised over $2.5 billion through a diverse range of funding sources, including tax equity, debt and corporate equity, from institutional investors, private equity firms, and major Wall Street banks. Prior to his role as CFO at Sunnova, Jordan harnessed his extensive experience with capital market transactions and corporate finance as an investment banker with Citigroup Global Markets where he focused on the energy sector, primarily covering midstream companies. Jordan graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in finance.
Grant oversees Red Dot’s Legal & Acquisitions Departments and directs its strategic acquisition and disposition initiatives. Prior to joining Red Dot, Grant served as EVP, CIO and General Counsel of Paisano Energy Advisors, an affiliate of 2M Companies, Inc, where he guided the execution of the firm’s energy investment strategy, managed internal and external partnerships, and aided in the development of new tools and methods utilizing artificial intelligence and machine leaning to effect the acquisition of energy assets across the U.S. Grant received his bachelor’s degree in English from Southern Methodist University, where he was a member of the football team, and his law degree from the University of Oklahoma.